Arts & Books
Sophie Marquand / April 13, 2017
"A captivating exploration of humanity’s journey toward self-transcendence"
Manjit Kumar / April 13, 2017
"Lewis paints a vivid portrait of the life and times of a man of many talents"
A gripping and very funny account of the newspaper reveals its brutal brilliance
Giles Fraser / April 12, 2017
But we shouldn't all turn back to Rome
We are seeing not “the radicalisation of Islam but the Islamisation of radicalism”
Ian Irvine / April 12, 2017
Clarke "shows how the experience of the First World War transformed the laissez-faire liberalism of two generations of Anglo-American politicians"
Saul David / April 12, 2017
"Civil wars cost an estimated $123bn a year, last four times longer than conventional wars and are more likely to recur"
Ivan Hewett / April 11, 2017
He is the most gifted British composer of his time, but his love of musical extremes holds him back
"When we are sealed off in 'information cocoons,' to use Sunstein’s phrase, our deliberative processes are stunted"